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MARRIED
     JONES - LEONARD - 
At Hartford, Conn, on Wednesday September 5 ___ by the Rev. George B. S___g, Frank W. Jones_______, Washington to ____to ____  Leonard, daughter of Jason S.  Leonard of New York City.

Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbia)  Vol:LXVIII  Issue: 17450  Page 32
Dated:  July 31, 1868
Another Indian Outrage.
ST. LOUIS, July 30. - An Omaha despatch says reports have reached there from Wood river, Nebraska, that a large band of Sioux and Cheyannes attacked a small party of Pawnee scouts, under Lieutenant Hawley, killing one Pawnee, wounding Lieutenant Hawley, and capturing arms and ammunition.

 

Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbia)  Vol: LXVIII  Issue 17462  Page: 4
Dated:  Aug. 1, 1868

NOTE:  This issue of the Daily National Intelligencer is not a good copy and therefore very hard to read.


A Young Man Shot at by a Lady.
     ALEXANDRIA, July 31 - A young lady named Patterson shot at a young man named Falconer, at noon to day, in Gordonsville, B_. he escaped uninjured.   Revenge was the ause.

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Killed by Lightning.
     CHICAGO, July 31 - During a storm last evening, ____ ___, in different parts of the city, were killed by lightning and several buildings struck ____ not seriously damaged.

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Fathers Drowned in the Hudson River.
     The Poughkeepsie Eagle says.
     A gloom rests over the quiet little village of Carthange Landing __L___Po___ twelve ______ the drowining of Mriss C____ and Miss
THIS ARTICLE IS ILLEGIBLE.

 

Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbia)  Vol: LXVIII  Issue 17462  Page: 4
Dated:  Aug. 14, 1868
MARRIED.
     HICKEY - CONLEY
- At the Foundry parsonage, August 11th, by the Rev. Peyton Brown, Thomas F. Hickey, of Washington, D. C., to Miss Callliata Conley, of Philadelphia, Penna.

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Death from Overdose of Chloroform
     ALEXANDRIA, August 13 - Mrs. Richards, suffering from neuralgia, last night took an overdose of chloroform, from which she died.  She was dead several hours before it was known.

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An Editor Assaulted.
     RICHMOND, Aug. 13 - A street assault was made to-day by Lemuel G. Bowden on W. D. Coleman, the editor of the Enquirer and Examiner, for newspaper remarks about his brother, the Attorney General of the State.  The parties were separated before any serious damage had been done.

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DIED.
     MOORE, On the evening of the 11th instant, at the residence of his grandater. Samuel Cook, Harrry Williams, aged ten months and fourteen days, only child of Silas H. and Annie B. Moore.

 

Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbia)  Vol: LXVIII  Issue: 17466  Page: 3
Dated:  August 19, 1868
MARRIED.
BATES - LORNESS -
In Washington city, August 15th, at the residence of Colonel Henry R. Clum by Rev. W. W. Deamer?  Charles A. Bates ot Miss Alles, A. Larness.

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DIED.
     McCALLA
  - On Tuesday August 18, Kenneth B_____, son of Dr. J. M. and Helen H. McCalla aged twenty days.
     The funeral will take place from No. 401 C street, this morning at ten o'clock.

Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbia)  Vol: LXVIII  Issue: 17520  Page: 3
Dated:  Oct. 21, 1868
MARRIED.
     FINCKEL - BRADY -
At Washington, D. C., October 21, 1868, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. S. D. Finkle, D. D., Frank H. Finkelof this city to Miss Lottie Brady, daughter of Hon. Jasper E. Brady formerly of Pittsburg, Penna  No cards.
[ Pittsburg and Harrisburg papers please copy]

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Arrested on Charge of Murder.
    
SPRINGFIELD, MASS, October 20 - James Dyer was arrested at Holyoke to day for the rape and murder of Catharine McCabe, whose dead body was taken from the canal last night.  The parties were last seen together on Friday night.  Dyer has a wife and six children.

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